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Never Pasteurised White Beer, with Lemon Zest and Bergamot






Pilsner, wheat, torrified wheat



Gentleman’s WIT

Who gives a wit?

We do and it’s not rude. Based on a traditional Belgian wit (white) beer, we’ve added the bergamot and lemon zest of Earl Grey tea for a well turned out beer that politely packs a punch.

We don’t need no pasteurisation.
We like it better that way.
Why? Look it up and find it out.
(Hint: it’s why our beer tastes so FRESH.)

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Camden Gentleman’s WIT

Bergamots are funny things

Not much to look at, sort of like a lumpy green orange, bergamots don’t make for good eating but they do smell delicious. And it’s the fragrant bergamot essence that gives our Wit such a lovely whiff.

Camden Gentleman’s WIT

Wit? White? What? Why?

What’s in a name? Well, Wit is the Belgian word for white beer and Gentleman’s Wit is our English take on the classic Belgian style.

Camden Gentleman’s WIT

No funny business

Pun-based names aside, we take our Wit rather seriously. And we’re not the only ones. Our Gentleman won a Silver Medal in the Wit category at the 2016 World Beer Cup, which is about as serious a beer competition as you can get.

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